Monthly Archives: July 2015

Feely

The most interesting thing about Mr. Holmes, and Ian McKellen’s performance in particular, is how full of feeling it is. This has been a feely time. One of Mary’s ex-clients died last week and Mary was a trainwreck. Prostrate with grief is kind of an … Read more

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The fluid spectrum

On that glorious morning when the Supreme Court ruled for Marriage Equality, Mary and I spent much of the day commenting on how rad our friends are as joyful posts and rainbows lit up social media. And then, late in the day, one of my … Read more

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On loyalty

This week I’ve been bothered by that word steadfast. Steadfast. Steadfast has kept me in terrible relationships. Check me, steadfast! Steadfast has taught me to ignore my own sense of alarm. Well, yesterday, this person was not entirely a creep and tomorrow may not … Read more

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